How to Decorate Your House in Minecraft – Minecraft Decorating Ideas


After building your dream Minecraft house, you’ll often find that its beautifully designed exterior hides a bland, empty interior. Since very few blocks resemble furniture, it can often be difficult to find appropriate decorations to fill the space inside your home. Nonetheless, the designs included in this guide will offer decorative ideas that you can use to turn your house into a home in Minecraft.

furniture decorations

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Even the most basic pieces of furniture, such as tables and chairs, do not exist in realistic form in contemporary Minecraft. To build anything resembling these features, you’ll need to improvise using building blocks that already exist in the game. stairs next to each other and around a corner can essentially create a sectional sofa.

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Several combinations of blocks can randomly represent a ramshackle table, although we’ve recommended upward-facing active pistons for this purpose. In order to expand and create the tabletop, these pistons must be connected to a redstone-powered source to activate. This can easily be done by placing a block of redstone under each piston, slightly below the ground.

kitchen decorations

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While cooking and preparing food is a necessary game mechanic for any survival race, there’s more you can do to decorate the kitchen you’re doing it in. For example, placing cooked steaks or pork chops in lighted ware frames above your baking oven can give the appearance of a proper stovetop. A few vertically stacked iron blocks and iron trapdoors can serve as a refrigerator, and hanging barrels can serve as storage space for your groceries.

Library decorations

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In order to improve your weapons, tools and armor, an enchanting table and up to 15 shelves nearby are essential. However, this enchanting table room can be further decorated into a full-fledged bookcase with a few extra shelves and a few other knick-knacks. Skull-shaped bookends, potted plants, cobwebs, and other objects can fill in space and lend depth and detail to an otherwise stuffy reading room.

storage room decorations

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While it’s not so much about “decorations” as efficient storage options, you can’t deny that filling your Minecraft home with your hoarded items isn’t an efficient and satisfying way to decorate. Double chests can be stacked to provide bulk storage in very tight spaces, and barrels can be hung from the ceiling to store overhead items in even tighter spaces. Ores can be processed and stored in chests directly from the furnace in which they are smelted by connecting the two blocks with a hopper.

bedroom decorations

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Although Minecraft beds look small and stiff by default, there are decorations that can be added to spruce up your sleep. For example, additional wool blocks of the same color can be added to the sides to provide what looks like extra bedding, and a rug can be draped over the entire bed to add thicker coverage. Mounting a clock in an object frame can help you decide when it’s best to come home for the night.


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